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Tim Healy A High Court judge who criticised the conduct of Breccia, a company linked to businessman Larry Goodman, in the marathon litigation over control of Dublin's Blackrock Clinic has agreed to cease his involvement in the case.One of the best-kept secrets of the Emerald Isle is the vibrant Jewish culture that has flourished in Ireland for hundreds of years.However, that figure had soared to Euro 1.7m in 2016 - and was expected to soar exponentially over the coming years due to a surge in malware and ransomware attacks.Some Irish firms revealed that 44pc of the economic crimes they suffer is now accounted for by cyber attacks.A Dublin newspaper in 1850 pointed out that Rothschild and his family had “contributed during the Irish famine of 1847…a sum far beyond the joint contributions of the (great British families) Devonshires, and Herefords, Lansdownes, Fitzwilliams and Herberts, who annually drew so many times that amount from their Irish estates”.Bloom was based on Joyce’s real-life Jewish friend and student Aron Ettore Schmitz.Each year, June 16 – the day Leopold Bloom’s adventures take place – is celebrated as “Bloomsday” in Dublin, whose “Little Jerusalem” neighborhood where Bloom might have lived still exists, testament to the thriving immigrant community that once clustered there.

For more on INM’s Dublin Info Sec 2017 conference, go to: independent.ie/infosec John Mulligan Embattled Swiss-Irish baked goods firm Aryzta, which owns the Cuisine de France brand, has moved to shore up its US operations with the appointment of industry veteran Dave Johnson as chief...Ireland’s Jewish community began to grow in the late 1800s.In 1871, there were 258 recorded Jewish residents in Ireland; by 1881 that figure had nearly doubled.Here are six little-known facts about Jewish Ireland.The earliest Jewish visitors to Ireland were Medieval merchants: “Five Jews came from over the sea with gifts to Tairdelbach (the King of Munster), and were then sent back again over the sea,” records The Annals of Innisfallen, a chronicle of Irish history started in the 12 Century by monks in Ireland’s Innisfallen Abbey.

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